Preview of ATR Premium 1: Dr Joseph L Graves

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

Addicted to Race Premium is the premium version of New Demographic’s podcast about America’s obsession with race. Every other week, subscribers receive an hour-long, exclusive audio interview with one of the nation’s top experts on race, racism and diversity.

Since this is the public RSS feed, you will receive just a 15-minute preview of the interview. If you’d like to hear the hour-long interview in its entirety, subscribe to Addicted to Race Premium today!

Here’s what you’ll find in this episode:

Dr. Graves explains why race is a social construct and not a biological reality, and debunks some common myths about biology and race. For example, are Kenyans biologically predisposed to winning marathons? And do Asian men really have the smallest penises?

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Dr. Joseph L. Graves is the Dean of University Studies and a professor of biology at North Caroline A&T State University. He is the author of the books The Emperor’s New Clothes: Biological Theories of Race at the Millennium and The Race Myth: Why We Pretend Race Exists in America. His research concerns the evolutionary genetics of postponed aging and biological concepts of race in humans, with over fifty papers and book chapters published, and appearances in six documentary films on these general topics.

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Duration – 18:15
File Size – 12.6 MB

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